Venue Details

27 Star Starred
Seattle Center - Exhibition Hall
Mercer St and 3rd Ave N 301 Mercer St Seattle, WA 98109
206-684-7200
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Member Tips

pandora55
Take lots of money!
info Mar 29 2010 star this tip starred
galea17@comcast,net
Forget the concession stand, stale cookies and small soft drinks at high prices.
info Mar 29 2010 star this tip starred
Dierdre1952
Comfortable shoes!
info Feb 23 2013 star this tip starred
Dierdre1952
No concession stand
info Feb 23 2013 star this tip starred
Janet Woodward
If you make your own jewelry this is a great place to find supplies.
info Nov 22 2010 star this tip starred
Goldstar Member
By all means wear
info Feb 23 2013 star this tip starred
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Reviews & Ratings

62 ratings
3.3 average rating
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0 stars
attended Mar 26 2010

This show seemed to be 95% imports from China and India. It seemed to be more of a 3rd world bazaar than a jewelry show. There was even someone there selling packages... continued

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3 stars
attended Mar 11 2012

it was ok. i used to go to gem shows as a kid where the environment was geared more towards the jewelry MAKER. actual gems and precious stones on display as well as loads... continued

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2 stars
attended Nov 19 2010

While the vast quantity of vendors of jewelry and supplies for making your own beaded adornments was nice, we were disappointed to not see more genuine "rock collectors"... continued

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Website

http://www.intergem.com/

About the Ticket Supplier: International Gem & Jewelry Show

In 1967, Herbert A. Duke, Sr., founded the first commercial gem and jewelry show to sell directly to the public. From these humble beginnings, the International Gem & Jewelry Shows were created. With nearly 100 shows yearly in more than 35 major U.S. cities, they now produce the largest exhibition of gems, minerals and jewelry in the world. More than half a million people pass through this world famous bazaar each year.